Strange days, indeed.
The Harder They Fall – a terrific film – is an utterly conventional Western, almost to the point of cliché.
The climate movement has never been able to deal directly with the fact that its agenda enjoys widespread popular support almost nowhere.
The obsession with raising the SALT cap is another example of the social transformation of the Democratic Party.
Rather than reducing the presidency and putting it in its place, this grunting imbecility further entrenches the presidency as central to our public life.
The ‘F*** Joe Biden’ stuff matters, not because the president is a special magical person, but because of what it says about us.
There is some question about how the originalists on the Supreme Court would vote on Texas’s abortion law.
The people who are complaining that Joe Manchin or Kyrsten Sinema are “thwarting the will of the people” really need a civics lesson.
To my ear, Micheline Maynard’s “We didn’t know how good we had it” sounds not only true but positively conservative.
Celebrating Dwight Eisenhower’s birthday today.